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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 4. Conservation and Natural Resources
Agency 15. Department of Game and Inland Fisheries
9/19/2020

Chapter 290. Game: PermitsRead Chapter

Section 10
[Repealed]
Section 20
Collection of specimens of wild birds for scientific purposes
Section 30
Breeding game birds for propagation and stocking; records
Section 40
Breeding game birds for propagation and stocking; labeling packages
Section 50
Breeding game birds and game animals for propagation and stocking; confinement; inspection
Section 60
Holding wild animals for exhibition purposes
Section 70
Stuffing or mounting birds and animals; possession of game legally taken
Section 80
Stuffing or mounting birds and animals - records; inspections
Section 90
[Repealed]
Section 110
Breeding pheasants; confinement; inspection
Section 115
Field trials; authorized dates
Section 120
[Repealed]
Section 130
Duty to comply with permit conditions
Section 140
Possession and display of a harvest information program authorization to hunt migratory game birds
Section 150
(Reserved.)
Section 160
Foxhound training preserves.
FORMS
FORMS (4VAC15-290)

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